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Management Information System Role in Preparing Qualified Human Resources to Implement Corporate Social Responsibilities and Governance Approaches

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  • Department of Human Resource Management, Business School, Box: 1321 Northern Border University, Arar P.O. 91431, Saudi Arabia
  • Department of Information System, Business School, Box: 1321 Northern Border University, Arar P.O. 91431, Saudi Arabia

Abstract


Objectives: The study examines the impact by using the information systems in human resource management field, to prepare graduate to apply corporate governance approaches and social responsibilities. And to identify the role of teaching methods and multiple activities among graduate to be qualified for solving social issues in the domain of using information systems techniques. Methods/Statistical Analysis: Qualitative approach was implemented using systematic review of previous studies to identify the gap and opportunities to enhance implementation of study methodology to reach intended objectives. Results of qualitative method used to design questionnaires to collect data from selected sample of the study. The sample which was randomly selected was (n=28) academic member of Saudi business schools to identify their perspectives about the curriculum and teaching methods using information systems and different teaching activities. Findings: All indexes were approved within the accepted limits of Model Goodness-of-fit of CFI, REMSA, PCLOSE, etc. and Cronbach's Alpha of curriculum and teaching methods was 0.78 and 0.9respectively. Results showed that the role of teaching methods using information systems to qualifying graduate in the implementation of Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) was higher than curriculum's role. Application/Improvements: This requires further research and study to know the reasons behind the low level of using information systems in the curricula to qualify graduate for applying governance approaches and corporate social responsibility.

Keywords

Business Schools, Governance, Human Resources, Management Information System, Saudi Universities, Social Responsibility.

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